Events

OCSEF is Looking For New Volunteers!

Join our effort to support STEM education in Orange County As OCSEF continues to grow in student, school, teacher and parent participants, along with program offerings to support our mission, there is a significant need for more volunteers to address this expansion of services to our community.  Click here to apply If you have any questions regarding duties/responsibilities of

OCSEF STEM Evening: RASPBERRY PI

Join us on November 13, 2020 at 6:30pm for a hands-on Raspberry-pi activity. We’ll learn how to use RaspberryPi and engage in a fun collaborative programming activity. Raffle prize: Official Raspberry Pi starter kit – includes Pi, case, sd card and guide 🙂 The online Zoom event is free for students (Max limit of 25)

OCSEF STEM Evening: Coding

Join us on November 6, 2020 at 6:30pm for a hands-on coding activity. We’ll learn how to use HTML/CSS to build a website that teaches how to make a craft, and learn more about women in the STEM industry. The online Zoom event is free for students (Max limit of 50) – Open to Girls

OCSEF Research and Engineering Design Academy

A FREE, virtual series of workshops designed to guide students to complete a research or engineering project and enter it into the 2021 Orange County Science and Engineering Fair. Thank you for applying to the OCSEF Research and Engineering Design Academy.  We are no longer accepting new registrations since we have completed 50% of the

Virtual ACS Kids Zone: A Presidential Outreach Event

Fall 2020 Virtual National Meeting & Expo, Saturday, August 15 Register Explore the wonders of chemistry with the virtual Kids Zone science event featuring Miss Camille Schrier — Miss America 2020 — and more distinguished guests. Host Bibiana Campos Seijo, Editor-in-Chief of Chemical & Engineering News, will lead viewers through four different virtual hands-on activities conducted

Mentor Match Program Featuring: Westminster High School

This month we give you a taste of our Mentor Match Program by featuring testimonials and quotes from students and teachers of Westminster High School, Huntington Beach Union High School District. The Mentor Match Programs, that takes place in collaboration with the UCI-CalTeach Program, benefits both students and teachers; high school students are matched with